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Tuesday, June 2 2009, #100 (1866)

Breakaway region holds elections

The current de facto regime in South Ossetia, headed by Eduard Kokoity, seems to have remained in power (more)

“Political crisis” is slowing down the Georgian economy, PM says

The Georgian economy is expected to contract by 1.5 percent by the end of 2009, Prime Minister of Georgia (more)

Freedom Square unblocked


The News in Brief

"Georgian side hopes territorial integrity will be definitely stipulated in UN resolution" (more)


May 26: at the crossroads

One week has passed since May 26, when protesting people gathered at the national stadium, at least 60,000 of them (more)

Press Scanner

"The process of separating Church and state hasn’t finished yet" (more)

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